An unconventional blend of music genres (for a fantasy thing) beyond the orchestral stuff you'd expect, alongside some decent voice performances and effects
Despite the tiniest bit of texture pop-in, Immortals of Aveum looks great, its Unreal Engine 5 bells and whistles delivering the goods.
Both Immortals' magic FPS combat and platform-jumping traversal prove to be consistently enjoyable from beginning to end.
A good 15-20-something hours of game with an expansive world to explore, and plenty of secrets to unearth, including Shroudfane challenges.
A list that demands a couple of playthroughs, if only to rack up 1,300 enemies vanquished. There are a few missables here, too, annoyingly.